Racing News

Co-skippers Joe Harris and Patrick O’Connor aboard Gryphon Solo 2 won the fourth annual Atlantic Cup in a tiebreaker, closing out a dramatic series marked by both a hard grounding and the closest offshore race finish in Atlantic Cup history.


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Cruising

How to Turn Your Cat into a Gym

by Mike and Rebecca Sweeney, Posted May 23, 2014

Before we started sailing, we ran a full-time martial arts gym, so having ample space to exercise was a priority when boat shopping. In fact, that was one of the reasons why we selected Zero To Cruising, our PDQ 32 catamaran, instead of a monohull.


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Boatworks

Q I’m trying to figure out why the paddle-wheel transducer for my Raymarine ST60 knot log is registering incorrectly...


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Signaling & Safety Equipment

by SAIL Editors, Posted May 23, 2014

There are many different aspects to safety afloat, including having the necessary tools to deal with emergencies when they happen, and being able to call for help when all else fails


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Racing News

U.S. Sailor joins this Month's Open 60 Transatlantic Race

by SAIL Editors, Posted May 22, 2014

Open 60 fans will get a rare chance to see the boats in action in the United States at the start of the double-handed New York-Barcelona Transoceanic Regatta, the first of three IMOCA Ocean Masters World Champtionship races set for this year. The three-race series will culminate in the Barcelona World Race


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Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

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